Denver Shooting Ranges
Denver shooting ranges are pretty plentiful, and with all of the options, figuring out which one to go to and which one is the best for you can be hard. Here are a couple of things to think on to make the choice hassle-free.
First, decide what you want to shoot. I know it sounds simple, but it is; indoor ranges are best for pistol and small bore rifle shooting, while outdoor ranges are best for shotgun, rifle, and black powder guns. Indoor ranges offer all-weather availability and the ease of automated target carriers, and often have gun shops attached if you need to buy ammunition or want to rent a firearm. Outdoor ranges allow for more freedom and longer distances, which is great for rifle and shotgun shooting, letting you engage in such sports as skeet and trap shooting.
Always call ahead to confirm range times and availability; its a big letdown if you show up at a range for a day's shooting and find its closed! Also, if you are going to an outdoor range, check the weather; you don't want to get rained out.
Take a look at our reviews and decide what range suits your needs the best. Then, leave a review yourself!
Featured Denver Shooting Ranges
Marker A40914 County Road 71
Briggsdale CO 80611-8700(970) 686-5210Shooting Ranges
Marker B29002 Road H
Cortez CO 81321-0000(970) 565-7396Shooting Ranges
Marker C2355 W US Highway 160
Alamosa CO 81101-9719(719) 589-4155Shooting Ranges
Marker D16058 County Road 96
Nunn CO 80648-9749(970) 897-2277Shooting Ranges
Marker E3455 1/2 Nuckolls Ave
Pueblo CO 81005-1259(719) 561-2338Shooting Ranges